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How to remove ticks

- It’s a good idea to use tick treatment regularly, which will either repel ticks or kill them quickly if they attach to reduce the likelihood of transmitting any diseases. Please ask us which treatment we recommend.


- If you do find a tick (most commonly found around the head, neck, ears and feet), please call in for a tick removal device to twist it off. You need to be careful not to allow its head to get stuck, so please do not squeeze or pull the tick or there is a bigger risk of infection.


Please see: https://www.bluecross.org.uk/pet-advice/ticks-on-dogs

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